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Old 13 Mar 2011, 07:46 pm
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Default How to turn on headlights to 96 honda accord ex?

I'm having a hard time working these lights on my car and I need help. at first we thought they were out but they arent, its just a special way to turn them on. what ive been doing was turning on the side lights and the brights. how do you just turn on the regular lights for driving at night?
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Old 13 Mar 2011, 08:01 pm
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There is a switch at the end of the turn signal lever that you twist counter-clockwise to turn on the headlights. For the brights, you pull the lever towards you to use it, and push it backwards to keep them on.
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